Monthly Archives: September 2016

September 2016

Fresh approach tackles isolation and loneliness

2016-09-15T16:03:01+00:00 September 15th, 2016|Recent news|

Early intervention and multi-agency cooperation across the borough are crucial to help prevent residents feeling isolated and lonely, says a new report backed by Councillor Tony Newman, leader of Croydon Council.

The report is based on the findings of the 10th […]

Council supports local press

2016-09-15T11:01:17+00:00 September 15th, 2016|Recent news|

The leader of Croydon Council has joined fellow south London local authority chiefs in calling on a newspaper group serving their areas to continue to offer a robust and reliable service.

Councillor Tony Newman is the co-signatory – along with councillors […]

Cancer prevention work set to increase

2016-09-14T08:50:29+00:00 September 14th, 2016|Recent news|

Health bodies across the borough are being urged to work together to help beat cancer and reduce incidences of the disease among residents.

Croydon’s Health and Wellbeing Board will this week (Wednesday 14) examine what needs to be done to boost […]

Warning to beware summer’s seasonal scammers

2016-09-08T15:38:29+00:00 September 8th, 2016|Recent news|

Residents across the borough are being warned to be especially vigilant as the council’s trading standards team is currently receiving daily reports of doorstep crime.

In a joint effort with local police, the team is underlining previous messages urging local people […]

Theatre comes to the council chamber

2016-09-06T13:45:30+00:00 September 6th, 2016|Recent news|

Croydon’s council chamber will be converted into a theatre this weekend for the 30th International Playwriting Festival (IPF).

Originally created and hosted by the Warehouse Theatre, and more recently held in the Fairfield Halls, the IPF has showcased the work of […]

Widespread 20mph limit arrives in Croydon

2016-09-05T13:29:34+00:00 September 5th, 2016|Recent news|

Hundreds of north Croydon roads have a new 20mph limit from today under a council commitment to make the borough’s streets safer.

Except for main through roads such as Whitehorse Lane and Beulah Hill, all residential streets in parts of South […]

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